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Ride Supports Kids with Cancer

Office of the Chief
A Vancouver Police Department officer is riding across Canada to raise awareness and funds for children battling cancer after his teenage daughter was diagnosed and treated for a rare form of cancer. “Your solo bike ride to raise awareness and funds for children battling cancer is not only admirable, but...

Prayer Walks Unite Against Gun VIolence

Toronto Police Chief Myron Demkiw joined faith leaders, local politicians and community members affected by gun violence in prayer walks last week. “What we are seeing here today is the power of unity that comes through faith and believing in something bigger than one’s self no matter your faith,” Demkiw...

Teens Taught How to Drive Safe

31 Division
High school students got a primer in road safety as they look toward getting their driver’s licences. A group of 11 Westview Centennial Secondary School students completed the six-week youth driving program organized by Toronto Police Service in collaboration with the Children’s Breakfast Clubs. They were supported and mentored while...

Pride Flag Raised at Headquarters

For the second straight year, the Pride Flag was hoisted at Toronto Police headquarters on May 30, celebrating the start of Pride Month. Chief Myron Demkiw re-iterated the Service’s support and celebration of its 2SLGBTQ+ members and the communities the organization serves and against discrimination. Between January and May...

Remembering Those Lost Because of the Line of Duty

This story addresses suicide and may be triggering for survivors of suicide or those suffering with a mental illness. If you need help or know someone who does, remember you are not alone. Call 9-8-8: Suicide Crisis Helpline Toronto Police Members can reach out to the Wellness Unit at...

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